Ben Quilty

Ben Quilty: After Afghanistan at National Art School Gallery - Art, Free events - Concrete Playground Sydney

"Beryl," Ben Quilty (Australian, b. 1973), Oil on canvas, 2005

The subject of Ben Quilty’s portrait is Beryl Whiteley, mother of acclaimed Australian artist the late Brett Whiteley, and the founder and patron of the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship. Quilty first met her when he was awarded the Scholarship in

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Ben Quilty (born 1973 in Sydney) is an Australian artist who in 2011 won the Archibald Prize and went to Afghanistan as the Official War Artist of the Australian War Memorial.

Artodyssey: Ben Quilty

Ben Quilty Education 2001 Bachelor of Visual Communication, School of Design University of Western Sydney 1996 Certifi.

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Ben Quilty (born 1973 in Sydney) is an Australian artist who in 2011 won the Archibald Prize and went to Afghanistan as the Official War Artist of the Australian War Memorial.


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"Ben deserves our respect for so many reasons, an artist with sublime skills, passion and heart." KB Ben Quilty Australian artist: Self portrait after Afghanistan 3 2012

Archibald prize winner 2011 Ben Quilty with Margaret Olly, the subject of his portrait. Photo: Edwina Pickles (Australian artists)

Sydney-born BEN QUILTY won the 2011 Archibald Prize for his portrait of fellow artist Margaret Olley, the matriarch of Australian painting.

Ben Quilty: Self-portrait after Madrid :: Archibald Prize 2008 :: Art Gallery NSW

Ben Quilty Self portrait after Madrid, 2007 oil and oil bar on linen 214 x 183 cm

Artodyssey: Ben Quilty

Ben Quilty (born 1973 in Sydney) is an Australian artist who in 2011 won the Archibald Prize and went to Afghanistan as the Official War Artist of the Australian War Memorial.

ben quilty Archives - The Conversation // Art Podcast

ben quilty Archives - The Conversation // Art Podcast

Ben Quilty - Artwork

Ben Quilty (born 1973 in Sydney) is an Australian artist who in 2011 won the Archibald Prize and went to Afghanistan as the Official War Artist of the Australian War Memorial.

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